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October 06, 2006


Walter Tully

Avoiding these noises requires tremendous technique in your fingers. You need the right mixing with your equalizer and soundboards, the correct level of adjustment in your noise gate, and years of experience! When I said tremendous amount of technique, I meant it. It takes professional guitarists years of practice to perfect their picking and finger techniques and achieve that level of refinement where you hear almost no noise during their live concerts. Last summer, I attended guitar clinics in Denver with my kid, and this was the first question that popped out. It definitely takes time, IMO.

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